Australian Living Labs Conference 2019
Across two days this November, the Australian Living Labs Innovation Network (ALLIN) invite you to join some of the world’s leading practitioners and champions for open co-creation. ALLIN is Australia’s lead agency for living labs and network partner with the European Network of Living Labs (some 190 labs in all), the hub connecting a global network across the EU, the Americas, eastern Asia and Africa.
Day One: Explore. Wednesday 13 November – Smart labs and wellbeing
Hosted by the University of Adelaide
How do the world’s challenges with ageing and disability, mental illness, poverty and homelessness prompt responsive design and better policy frameworks for our communities and from our public institutions? The challenges are ever present and the opportunities for
radical transformation have never been more exciting. How does the internet of things, big data and AI support humanity in a world of smart cities? The urban capitals that will soon be home to four in every five of us are being radically redesigned to be sustainable, better connected, more efficient and digitally integrated. Throughout the day, we’ll explore space, integrated design, the circular economy, innovation 4.0 and the UN’s Global Goals.
Day Two: Create. Thursday 14 November – Living lab development and research
Hosted by Flinders University
This day is for living lab researchers and people interested in learning about co-creation and setting up a living lab. We’ll cover lab value propositions, co-creation, panels and community building. We’ll also explore the outcomes of living lab research in Australia and
globally, introduce case studies, tools and lab-building approaches. An opportunity exists for those from the living lab community to both develop your lab or share with delegates and practitioners.
The Australian Living Labs Innovation Network (ALLIN) is Australia’s lead agency for living labs and partner with the European Network of Living Labs